History VideoGame / OdinSphere

18th Feb '18 12:09:06 PM nombretomado
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* LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading: An unfortunate trade-off for wonderful hand-drawn art, but that doesn't make it any less annoying when it happens. The PS3 port of the original fixed some of it. Completely gone with the Remaster, as there are virtually no loading times.

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfLoading: An unfortunate trade-off for wonderful hand-drawn art, but that doesn't make it any less annoying when it happens. The PS3 [=PS3=] port of the original fixed some of it. Completely gone with the Remaster, as there are virtually no loading times.
18th Feb '18 7:01:56 AM AnotherGamer
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* MetalSlime: Fittingly enough, a normal slime miniboss in the remake is probably one of the more convenient ways to amass a large amount of Phozons for the purpose of leveling up your skills: since it's an AsteroidsMonster that creates smaller slimes as you keep hitting it and each of those smaller slimes releases Phozons when killed, you'll gain around 150-200 Phozons on average every time you fight it. It's also one of the best places to use Gold potions that increase coin drop rate from killed enemies, including the rare Valentinian coins.

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* MetalSlime: Fittingly enough, a normal slime miniboss in the remake is probably one of the more convenient ways to amass a large amount of Phozons for the purpose of leveling up your skills: since it's an AsteroidsMonster that creates smaller slimes as you keep hitting it and each of those smaller slimes releases Phozons when killed, you'll gain around 150-200 Phozons on average every time you fight it. It's also one of the best places to use Gold potions that increase coin drop rate from killed enemies, including the rare Valentinian coins.coins if the potion has high enough of a rank. Unfortunately Gwendolyn can't fight it and has to use other methods to get enough Phozons to level up her skills.
18th Feb '18 6:59:37 AM AnotherGamer
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* MetalSlime: Amusingly enough, a normal slime miniboss in the remake is probably one of the more convenient ways to amass a large amount of Phozons for the purpose of leveling up your skills: since it's an AsteroidsMonster that creates smaller slimes as you keep hitting it and each of those smaller slimes releases Phozons when killed, you'll gain around 150-200 Phozons on average every time you fight it. It's also one of the best places to use Gold potions that increase coin drop rate from killed enemies, including the rare Valentinian coins.

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* MetalSlime: Amusingly Fittingly enough, a normal slime miniboss in the remake is probably one of the more convenient ways to amass a large amount of Phozons for the purpose of leveling up your skills: since it's an AsteroidsMonster that creates smaller slimes as you keep hitting it and each of those smaller slimes releases Phozons when killed, you'll gain around 150-200 Phozons on average every time you fight it. It's also one of the best places to use Gold potions that increase coin drop rate from killed enemies, including the rare Valentinian coins.
18th Feb '18 6:53:04 AM AnotherGamer
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* MetalSlime: Amusingly enough, a normal slime miniboss in the remake is probably one of the more convenient ways to amass a large amount of Phozons for the purpose of leveling up your skills: since it's an AsteroidsMonster that creates smaller slimes as you keep hitting it and each of those smaller slimes releases Phozons when killed, you'll gain around 150-200 Phozons on average every time you fight it. It's also one of the best places to use Gold potions that increase coin drop rate from killed enemies, including the rare Valentinian coins.
12th Jan '18 11:59:28 AM Technature
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** By the time you fight Odin as [[spoiler:Gwendolyn]], he no longer has his weapon due to his fight against [[spoiler:Mercedes]], yet he still uses it during his boss fight. This was fixed in the remake.
6th Jan '18 2:03:01 PM Technature
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** By the time you fight Odin as [[spoiler:Gwendolyn]], he no longer has his weapon due to his fight against [[spoiler:Mercedes]], yet he still uses it during his boss fight. This was fixed in the remake.
17th Dec '17 8:45:31 PM Gamermaster
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* UnwinnablebyMistake: During Chapter 2 of the original, try not to have a full bag when you get to the Forest of Elrit. The Alchemy system is introduced there, and there are things you'll need to pick up in order to move the game along. If your bags are full when the Tutorial begins, you won't be able to drop excess items to make space since it disables all but the Materials you pick up, effectively casting you into limbo unless you reset the game.

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* UnwinnablebyMistake: UnwinnableByMistake: During Chapter 2 of the original, try not to have a full bag when you get to the Forest of Elrit. The Alchemy system is introduced there, and there are things you'll need to pick up in order to move the game along. If your bags are full when the Tutorial begins, you won't be able to drop excess items to make space since it disables all but the Materials you pick up, effectively casting you into limbo unless you reset the game.
24th Sep '17 11:42:25 PM darkknight109
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** Many of the game's most annoying enemies (like Titania's wizards and Oozes) were toned down for the remake and there is now an option to [[spoiler: restart the book of Armageddon without finishing it]], a blessing for completionists trying to unlock all of the scenes.
12th Aug '17 5:18:25 AM Edvardelis
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** If you die during a stage, the remake kicks you back to the prior screen, effectively resetting you to right before you started the stage.
10th Jun '17 8:07:30 PM PrinnyOverlord
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* InfinityPlusOneSword: Actually it's an equip item but still, delivering all the recipes to Maury in ''Lifthrasir'' will earn the player Maury's Bell, which not only has 55 defense on it, but let's the user take a page from ''[[VideoGame/Dragon'sCrown]]'' and go beyond their max health through food, easily allowing them to hit 7,000+ HP.

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* InfinityPlusOneSword: Actually it's an equip item but still, delivering all the recipes to Maury in ''Lifthrasir'' will earn the player Maury's Bell, which not only has the maximum 55 defense on it, but let's the user take a page from ''[[VideoGame/Dragon'sCrown]]'' ''VideoGame/DragonsCrown'' and go beyond their max health through food, easily allowing them to hit 7,000+ HP.
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